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NPR Topics: BusinessNov 13, 2018
How Amazon's New Headquarters Could Change Communities In New York And Virginia
Amazon announced its expanding footprint, adding some 25,000 jobs in Long Island City in Queens and Arlington, Va. Some in those cities are worried about housing prices and congestion on the roads.

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Dallas mayor says Amazon officials ultimately had 'an East Coast bias' for HQ2 (CNBC Business)
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NYTimes BusinessNov 13, 2018
To Lure Amazon, 3 Places in Virginia Get New Name No One's Heard Before
When Amazon said it would split its new headquarters between Queens, New York and National Landing, Va., the name began trending on Twitter. Residents did not appear to be impressed.

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Here's why Amazon picked northern Virginia for its HQ2 (USA Today Money)

Reuters BusinessNov 13, 2018
Amazon picks New York City, Washington D.C. area for $5 billion new headquarters
Amazon.com Inc picked America's financial and political capitals for its split new headquarters, saying on Tuesday it will build offices for more than 25,000 people each in New York City and close by Washington, D.C.

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UPDATE 5-Amazon picks New York City, Washington D.C. area for $5 bln new headquarters (Reuters Company News)

AdWeek NewsNov 13, 2018
Amazon Chooses Northern Virginia and New York City for Its 2 New Satellite Offices
Amazon has ended its search for its new headquarters--but not without walking away with an immense trove of data about cities across the country and massive incentives. The final two locations for Amazon's new offices are Long Island City, a neighborhood in Queens, New York, directly across from Manhattan and National Landing in Arlington, Va.,...

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Amazon Picks NYC, Northern Virginia for Its HQ2 Locations (WSJ US News)

Reuters BusinessNov 13, 2018
Factbox: Amazon to get billions in breaks for HQ2 development
Amazon.com Inc said on Tuesday it had split its $5 billion second headquarters into two projects that would be located in the Long Island City neighborhood of New York City's Queens borough and a Northern Virginia suburb of Washington, DC.
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